• Y'all Must Have Forgot

    I you don't know...Now you know Read More
  • Beat the Hell out of Texas

    Bob Stoops is leaving his brand on the Longhorns. In 17 years at Oklahoma, Stoops has a 10-6 record vs. Texas. Some of those ten wins have been down right butt whippings. In 2000: 63-14, 2003: 65-13, 2011: 55-17, 2012: 63-21. Stoops understands what this game means to fans, but even if he will tell you this week is like any other. There is always a little more edge; the answers get shorter at the press conference and the media waits longer for players to be available for post-practice interviews. Which is exactly how we want things. We need to believe that OU has a razor sharp focus ready to embarrass Horns on sight. But, after two lackluster performances can we trust this team will be ready to go Saturday morning?  They better be! With Texas turning on itself, Sooner fans want nothing less than what they got back in ‘00 or ‘03. Read More
  • EZ Money 17-on the road edition

    EZ Money 17 from the road Read More
  • Buddy Hield Named Preseason Big 12 Player of the Year

        Oklahoma senior Buddy Hield was picked to repeat as Big 12 Player of the Year. The 6-foot-4 guard 17.4 points and 5.4 rebounds per game for the Sooners during the 2014-15 season. Read More
  • Mack Brown is missed in OU-Texas rivalry

    Former OU assistant nearly became Sooners' coach ahead of Stoops

         Oklahoma had Mack Brown as a football coach long before the University of Texas ever did. Read More
  • Interview With Resident Cubs Fan Sam Mayes

    I feel like I’ve reversed the Cubs curse with my new fandom and they should be thankful that I am a fan now. Read More
  • 2015 OU-TEXAS HAS A 90's FEEL

    The 2015 Oklahoma-Texas game brings back memories from the nineties. You remember the decade when people were dancing the Macarena, playing games on the Nintendo 64 and logging onto America Online, right? Read More
  • Know Your Enemy: Texas

                For the 110th time, Oklahoma and Texas will take the field together in the Red River Shootout Rivalry. This rivalry game is usually a chance for both teams to posture on the national stage, but this year it is marred by a Texas team in full disarray. They have a chance to be the worst Longhorn team since the 4-7 1997 team led by John Mackovic, who was replaced by Mack Brown the following season. Their 1-4 start is the worst since 1956. Despite their abysmal start, and even with players tweeting about transferring at halftime, Charlie Strong reportedly still has some “breathing room.” Could an ugly loss be the end of Strong’s tenure in Austin? Read More
  • Harden: I am the Best Player in the League

    "'You don’t think I can do more?' Harden asks. 'Just wait. I’ll show you. Read More
  • OKC Can't Waste It's Energy

    The motto is simple for OKC. There are no more draws. There can be no more poor performances. When the ball kicks off at 6 pm this Sunday, the goal is clear. Just win, baby. Read More